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Accessible things to do and places to stay in the Peak District and Derbyshire.

Limestone valleys, breathtaking views, stunning countryside and quaint towns and villages… the Peak District and Derbyshire is one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations. It’s also one of the most accessible, and you’ll find a great variety of places to stay and visit for people with additional access needs.

Here are some great accessible accommodation providers in the Peak District and Derbyshire, plus amazing wheelchair-friendly attractions, pushchair-friendly walks and scenic viewpoints, all given our seal of approval for accessibility.

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Bakewell Market

The largest market in the Derbyshire Dales, Bakewell stall market occupies two sites and has over 100 regular stalls.


Kenwood Hall Hotel & Spa

A luxury hotel and spa in Sheffield. Kenwood Hall Hotel, is easily accessible from the M1. The hotel combines a convenient location and idyllic…


Croots Farm Shop & Cafe

We are proud to offer a range of the finest home produced foods, with an inhouse butchery and bakery as well as our very popular cafe and shop.


Oaklands Country Lodges

Three beautifully styled and smartly furnished timber lodges surrounded by an acre of peaceful landscaped grounds with a wildlife pond and fine…

Accessible Events



Apprentice Architects Unleashed - Buxton's Dream…

Join us in the Assembly Rooms for an exciting Architecture Steam Workshop! Unleash creativity as children and adults team up to construct magnificent…


Thor - Gods of Rock! at Peak Cavern

Sheffield's most exciting rock band, THOR-GODS OF ROCK!!!

Accessible Offers


Special Offer

Late Availability offer for Derwent View

Special offer for our bungalow , holiday let Friday 17th May to Friday 24th May From £755 to £495 for the week

Accessible Trails


Upper Peak Forest Canal

Enjoy a scenic route along the upper part of the Peak Forest Canal, a once-bustling industrial hub in the Goyt Valley.

Longdendale Trail

Cycle along a scenic former railway line that once ran between Manchester and Sheffield, passing idyllic reservoirs along the way.

Heritage Highlights of Ashbourne Walk

This easy circular walk takes in the heritage highlights of Ashbourne in less than 2 miles, walking on well-made paths, streets and lanes, with no…

Accessible Itineraries


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